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4411e Electromagnetic

Flow Transmitter
Instruction Manual

Copyright 2008. All rights reserved,


EMCO Flow Systems,
A division of Spirax Sarco, Inc.
Released September 2008 / R7 / Software Version 2.02
EMCO Flow Systems

Product Limited Warranty Statement

EMCO Flow Systems (EMCO) warrants each UniMag magnetic flow metering system to be
free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for the following
periods from the date of purchase:

Note: EMCO may recommend materials that come into contact with the media. However,
EMCO cannot guarantee the compatibility of those materials for any specific application, and
does not include compatibility in its warranty.

UniMag Sensors 2 year warranty, except when temperatures and pressures exceed
And Flowtubes approved customer application data.

DemiMags 1 year warranty

ChannelMag 1 year warranty

Transmitters 1 year warranty

The user must provide any notice of any defect to EMCO within the warranty period, thoroughly
clean the product, return intact and prepay transportation charges. The obligation of EMCO
under this warranty is limited to repair or replacement at its factory. This warranty shall not
apply to any product which has been repaired or altered by non EMCO employees, or which
has been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, or incorrect wiring by non EMCO employees.
The 4411e transmitter contains a tamper seal on the field wiring board. If this sticker is removed
or damaged the warranty will be void.

2150 Miller Drive Longmont, CO 80501


Phone: 800-356-9362 or 303-682-7060 Fax: 303-682-7069
email: sales@emcoflow.com website: www.emcoflow.com
FOREWORD

This instruction manual is designed to help you gain a thorough understanding of the operation of the equipment.
EMCO Flow Systems (EMCO) recommends that you read this manual completely before placing the equipment in
service.

Although EMCO designs reliability into all equipment, there is always the possibility of a malfunction occurring. You
can use this manual to help in diagnosing and repairing the malfunction, if possible.

If the malfunction persists, call or write the EMCO Customer Service Department for assistance.

Address and contact information:

EMCO Flow Systems


2150 Miller Drive
Longmont, CO 80501

Phone: 800-356-9362 or 303-682-7060


Fax: 303-682-7069

email: sales@emcoflow.com
website: www.emcoflow.com

For other countries, consult your nearest EMCO representative. Simple difficulties can often be diagnosed over the
phone. If it is necessary to return the equipment to the factory for service, please read our Return Authorization Policy
on the following page. This will aid in the prompt repair and return of the equipment.

EMCO welcomes suggestions that would improve the information presented in this manual or enhance the operation
of the equipment itself.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
RETURN AUTHORIZATION POLICY

EMCO Flow Systems (EMCO) must pre-approve and assign a Return Authorization Number to any instrument you
plan to return. Please identify the Return Authorization Number clearly on all shipping cartons and paperwork.

Please note that the provision of a Return Authorization Number does not automatically mean that the return is
covered by our warranty.

In order to serve you better, and to protect our employees from any potentially hazardous containers, EMCO MUST
RETURN UNOPENED, AT THE SENDERS EXPENSE, ALL ITEMS THAT DO NOT HAVE A RETURN
AUTHORIZATION NUMBER AND DECONTAMINATION CERTIFICATE.

To obtain a Return Authorization Number, EMCO requires a completed Decontamination Certificate, which states that
equipment to be returned has been thoroughly cleaned. To receive a copy of this document, please contact EMCO and
request a Decontamination Certificate.

Phone: 800-356-9362 or 303-682-7060


Fax: 303-682-7069

email: sales@emcoflow.com
website: www.emcoflow.com

Please note that we will be unable to issue a Return Authorization Number unless we have a completed Decontamination
Certificate. This ensures everyones safety and helps us speed up the repair and return process.

OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29CFR 1910.1200 mandates that we take special steps to protect our employees
from exposure to potentially hazardous materials. Therefore, all equipment so exposed must be accompanied by a
completed Decontamination Certificate prior to issuance of an RA number by EMCO.

The employees of EMCO sincerely appreciate your cooperation in following this policy.

Address your equipment to:

EMCO Flow Systems


2150 Miller Drive
Longmont, CO 80501
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ

DANGER

The installation and operation of this product may put you at risk of serious injury or even death. The electrical
installation, start-up and maintenance of this device must be performed by trained personnel authorized by EMCO. The
personnel must read and understand this Instruction Manual and follow its procedures. Take whatever precautions are
necessary to ensure your safety before making an installation or working on one. Never work alone or unsupervised.
Install and operate this product in accordance with all applicable safety and health regulations, as well as any
appropriate local ordinances. Observe the national standards in your country applicable to testing the operation, repair
and maintenence of electrical devices.

This product may be installed in confined spaces. Examples of confined spaces are manholes, pipelines, digesters,
and storage tanks. These places can be dangerous or fatal if you are not suitably prepared. The primary hazards of
confined spaces are the possibility of poisoned air and the lack of proper ventilation. Work in such places is governed
by OSHA 1910.146, and may require a permit before entering. The other major hazard particular to this product is its
extreme weight, which makes it dangerous to handle and creates the risk of being crushed or struck by the unit during
installation.

This manual may also contain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for chemical agents supplied or recommended
for use with this product. If needed, these sheets will be in the MSDS Appendix. These sheets provide information
about possible hazards from the chemicals. Additional MSDS, covering various proprietary agents (name-branded or
trademarked mixtures) that can also be used with this product, are available from the manufacturers of those agents.

This manual uses the following notations to set apart hazard warnings and notes:

DANGER
DANGER describes situations that will result in loss of life or serious personal injury, unless avoided. The emphasis
is on clear and immediate threats to your life or safety.

WARNING
WARNING describes situations that could result in loss of life or serious personal injury unless avoided. The emphasis
here is on the potential for a serious accident.

CAUTION
CAUTION describes situations that may result in moderate personal injuries, property damage, or damage to the
equipment, unless avoided.

Note
NOTES draw your attention to particular features, practices, tips, or other information useful in setting up or operating
the product.
4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Table of Contents
Section 1 Introduction

1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Summary of Features 1
1.3 Specifications for the 4411e 1
1.4 Transmitter Identification 4

Section 2 Installation Procedures


2.1 The 4411e Transmitter Dimensions 5
2.2 Mounting the Transmitter 6
2.3 Wire Entrances and Conduit Connections 7
2.4 Access to Terminals and Printed Circuit Boards 8
2.4.1 Printed Circuit Boards 9
2.5 Connecting the Flowmeter 10
2.5.1 Multiple Flowmeters 10
2.5.2 Cable Connections 10
2.5.3 Sensor Coil Resistances 18
2.5.4 Connecting the Power Supply 18
2.5.5 Inputs and Outputs 19
Section 3 Operation
3.1 Introduction 21
3.2 Keypad and Display Panel 21
3.3 Powering Up the Unit 22
3.4 The Default Display 22
3.5 Online and Offline Status 24
3.6 Setting Date and Time 24
3.7 Setup Identity 25
3.7.1 Entering Identity Information 25
3.7.2 Displaying Identity Information 26
3.8 Setting Up Passwords 26
3.9 Setting Flow Direction and Rate 27
3.10 Setting Up the Reference Mode 28
3.11 Setup Totalizers 29
3.12 Non-Full Pipe Detection 29
3.13 Menu Structure Diagrams 31
3.14 Example Setup Routine for Frequency or Pulsed Output 53

Section 4 Troubleshooting

4.1 Quick Guide to Troubleshooting 55
4.1.1 Serial Numbers 55
4.1.2 Resistances 55
4.1.3 Connecting Field Input/Outputs 56
4.1.4 Connecting the Power Supply 56
4.1.5 Programming the 4411e Transmitter 57
4.1.6 4411e Troubleshooting Guide 59

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Section 5 Revalidation of Electrical Parameters Certificates

5.1 Revalidation Program 61

Section 6 Additional Resources

6.1 Additional Resources Available 63

List of Figures
2-1 4411e Front Panel Dimensions 5
2-2 4411e Bottom Dimensions 5
2-3 Mounting Feet and Attached Mounting Foot 6
2-4 Recommended Use of Conduit Holes 7
2-5 Plug Assembly 7
2-6 Dip Switch Settings for 4-20 mA Outputs 9
2-7 ChannelMag / 4411e Connection Diagram 12
2-8 4411e Connection Diagram 13
2-9 4411e Connection Diagram, 1 or 2 Sensors 14
2-10 4411e Connection Diagram, 4 Sensors 15
2-11 4411e Connection Terminals 16
2-12 Power Supply Connections on Connection Board 18
2-13 4411e Inputs and Outputs 19
3-1 4411e Transmitter Keypad and Display 21
3-2 Menu Diagram Top Level of Menus 32
3-3 Menu Diagram Reset Totals 33
3-4 Menu Diagram Clear Alarms 34
3-5 Menu Diagram Diagnostics 35
3-6 Menu Diagram Field Start-Up 36
3-7 Menu Diagram System Setup 37
3-8 Menu Diagram Passwords 38
3-9 Menu Diagram Reference Mode 39
3-10 Menu Diagram Default Display 40
3-11 Menu Diagram Totalizers 41
3-12 Menu Diagram Flow Rate 42
3-13 Menu Diagram Analog Outputs 43
3-14 Menu Diagram Serial Comms 44
3-15 Menu Diagram Pulse Output 45
3-16 Menu Diagram Setup Identity 46
3-17 Menu Diagram Relay Outputs 47
3-18 Menu Diagram Contact Outputs 48
3-19 Menu Diagram Calibrate and Test 49
3-20 Menu Diagram Setup 50/60 Hz Mode 50
3-21 Menu Diagram System Utilities 51
3-22 Menu Diagram Setup Diagnostics 52
3-23 Example Setup Routine for Frequency or Pulsed Output 53
4-1 4411e Troubleshooting Guide 59

List of Tables
1-1 4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter Specifications 1
2-1 Terminal Identification 8
2-2 Cable Connections 10
2-3 120V Sensor Coil Resistances (Ohms) 18
4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Section 1 Introduction

1.1 Introduction A UniMag electromagnetic flow meter system consists of a flow sensor and a 4411e
microprocessor based transmitter. 4411e transmitters use a unique and innovative
method of coil excitation to create a stable flow signal having a signal-to-noise ratio
higher than conventional AC or pulsed DC magmeters. As a result, the system offers
fast response, high accuracy (unaffected by zero drift), and unequaled insensitivity to
the worst slurry generated noise.

The 4411e can be operated, configured, and calibrated locally from the front panels
keypad and display window.

1.2 Summary of The following list summarizes the major functional capabilities and options available
Features with the 4411e:

Bidirectional flow measurement capability.


Two analog (4-20 mA) outputs that can be individually configured.
Pulse output that is configurable as a scaled totalizer value or as a frequency that
is proportional to the flow rate.
Totalizer that maintains Forward, Reverse, Net, and Gross Total values in user
specified volume units.
Two Contact Inputs that can be programmed to acknowledge alarms, reset
totals,or force zero flow.
Two Relay Outputs that can be configured as high alarm, low alarm, diagnostic
error, flow direction, or empty pipe. The alarm set points may be based on flow
rates or totalizer values with a programmable dead band. You can also choose
if alarms clear themselves or must be manually acknowledged when the alarm
condition returns to normal.
Two levels of password protection that allow you to prevent undesired
modification of the configuration parameters and/or resetting of totals and
alarms.
A 4-line x 20-character backlighted LCD display with keypad.

1.3 Specifications for The technical specifications for the 4411e are listed in Table 1-1.
the 4411e
Table 1-1 4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter Specifications
Height 9.4 inches (24 cm)
Width 9.8 inches (25 cm)
Depth 4.4 inches (11 cm)
Weight 7 pounds (3.2 kg)
Material UV resistant fiber glass with stainless
steel screws
Keypad Tactile feedback, waterproof, vandal
resistant
Display Waterproof, backlit liquid crystal, 4
lines of 20 characters each


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Totalizers Forward, reverse, net and grand total


flow, resettable or non-resettable
Operating Temperature -4 to +140F (-20 to +60C)
Storage Temperature -40 to +160F (-40 to +70C)
Enclosure NEMA 4X, IP65
Supply Voltage 120 V 60Hz, 120 V 50Hz, 230 V 50 Hz
Mains Power Fuse 250 mA @ 120 Vac supply, slo-blo
125 mA @ 230 Vac supply, slo-blo
Dimensions: 5 x 20mm
Coil Protection Fuse 5A fuse
Power Consumption at 120 VAC 60Hz 4411e Transmitter 6 Watts typical
Max for Sensors 65 Watts typical
Compatible Flowtubes See Section 2.5
Sensor Excitation UniPulse (unipolar pulsed AC)
Magnetizing Current Up to 5.5 A base to peak, depending on
sensor size
Coil Voltage 120 Vac, 60 Hz, 230 Vac, 50 Hz
or 120 Vac, 50 Hz
Exciter Frequency 40 Hz (with 60 Hz) or 33.3 Hz (with 50
Hz)
Input Impedance 1012 Ohms
Media Conductivity 5 S/cm standard, 0.08 - 5 S/cm with
booster pre-amp. For deionized water,
consult EMCO.
Non-full Pipe Detection Using sensor electrodes or user supplied
signal, holds analog output at 4 mA and
pulse output at 0.
Low Flow Cutoff A low flow cutoff algorithm forces
the pulse output, display, and digital
measurement value to zero when the
measurement signal falls below user
adjust able setpoint. The default is 2%
of 4-20 mA flow range.
Time Constant Minimum of 30 milliseconds
Temperature Coefficient Less than 0.5% of span for any tem-
perature variation.
Contact Inputs (2) Two user configurable inputs, rated 12
volts DC, 10 mA. These inputs require
a contact closure or transistor switch
between the terminals.
Communications RS232 proprietary protocol for software
updates and configuration.


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Analog (4 to 20 mA) Outputs Two 4-20mA outputs from separate


terminals are available for bidirectional
flow.

When internally powered, a loop volt-


age of 24 V DC is supplied with a maxi
mum load of 800 Ohms. Theses outputs
are not potential free, but are isolated
from ground and all other circuits, but
not from each other.

When externally powered, the maxi-


mum load is calculated by: Max. Ohms
= [(Vdc x 50) - 300] For an external 24
Vdc supply, this would be [(24 x 50)
- 300] = 900 Ohms. Minimum current
3.75mA, maximum 22mA
Signal Damping 0 to 300 seconds
Pulse Output Two-wire, externally powered, configu-
rable as a scaled output (for totalizing
flow) or frequency output (for rate of
flow). Rated 5 - 42 volts DC, 200 mA.
Scaled Mode (for totalizing) Medium: 50 ms pulse width with maxi-
mum frequency of 10 Hz Fast: 5 ms
pulse width with maximum frequency
of 100 Hz
Frequency Mode (for rate indication) Square wave output, 0 - 1,000 Hz,
0 - 2,000 Hz, 0 - 5,000 Hz,
0 - 10,000 Hz
Relay Outputs (2) Two user configurable form C (change-
over) relays, activated based on forward
or reverse flow, forward or reverse
total, net total, gross total, or analog in
sig nal. Contact rating 125V AC, 1A,
30VA.
Maximum Distance Between Flow 300 feet or 66C (100m or 20C),
Transmitter and Flowtube whichever is less, for conductivity > 5
mS/cm where C is conductivity in in
mS/cm (micromhos/cm).
For cable lengths > 100 feet (30m) or
conductivities < 5 mS/cm, a preamp in
the magmeter is necessary.


4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
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Wiring From Flow Transmitter to Three cables are required; one for the
Flowtube reference coil (which compensates for
variation in supply voltage), one for
the electrodes, and one for the exciter
coils. Each cable should be 50 feet (15
m) standard, twisted shielded pair, 18
gauge (0.75 mm2) minimum, Belden
8760 or 9318, Alpha 5610/1801 or
5611/180, or equivalent. A pre-amp
cable is optional.
Supply Voltage Requirements and 4 to 20 mA Output, Externally Pow-
External Loop Load Limitations ered: The supply voltage will vary de-
pending upon the load resistance. Refer
to Table 2-1 for details.
Pulse Output Externally powered, 5 to 42 volts DC

1.4 Transmitter The transmitter can be identified by a data plate located behind the door of the
Identification enclosure. Although all 4411e transmitters are interchangeable with all UniMag
flowmeters, they are normally supplied already calibrated to a particular magnetic
flowmeter.


4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Section 2 Installation Procedures

2.1 The 4411e The dimensions of the 4411e transmitter are shown in Figures 2-1 and 2-2.
Transmitter
Dimensions

Figure 2-1: 4411e Front Panel Dimensions

Figure 2-2: 4411e Bottom Dimensions


4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Section 2 Installation Procedures

2.2 Mounting the The 4411e transmitter must be mounted where it will never be submerged in water.
Transmitter When properly installed, the 4411e is dust tight, corrosion resistant, and protected
against water jets, to NEMA 4X and IP65.

Although the 4411e has high insensitivity to electrical noise, it is preferable to locate
it and the flowtube away from high voltage, radio frequency, and similar external
noise. It should not be located in direct sunlight, and proper ventilation is required to
circulate the air in the immediate area around the transmitter.

Location in areas of high moisture content should be avoided to prevent excessive


buildup of moisture inside the enclosure. If this is unavoidable, an appropriate heater
should be used in the transmitter location.

The ambient air temperature should be within -4F to +140F (-20C to +60C) for
operation. This temperature range can be -40F to +160F (-40C to +70C) for
storage.

The transmitter is intended to be a wall mounted unit, and is normally supplied with
mounting feet. The feet (Figure 2-3) can be used for mounting the enclosure, or holes
can be made in the mounting panel to match the four tapped holes in the back of the
4411e enclosure (Figure 2-1).

Figure 2-3: Mounting Feet and Attached Mounting Foot

If you use the mounting feet, screw through the hole of each foot into a tapped hole
in the back of the enclosure using the supplied 4 x 10-32 UNF screws, and tighten.
Mark the center of each slot in the mounting feet onto the mounting panel. Drill and
tap 10-32 (6mm) holes in the mounting panel. Secure the enclosure to the mounting
panel through the slots of the mounting feet. You can also mount the feet onto a strut
that is attached to the mounting panel.


4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Section 2 Installation Procedures

2.3 Wire Entrances Seven non-threaded conduit holes are located on the bottom of the transmitter case
and Conduit (Figure 2-4). The holes are sized to accommodate conduit or M20 connectors
(provided by the user). The wires to the meter should be run in conduit, separate runs
Connections are recommended for the input signal, output signal, flowtube coil drive wires and
AC supply.

Figure 2-4: Recommended Use of Conduit Holes

WARNING
To maintain IEC IP65 and NEMA 4X moisture, dust, and corrosion
protection, the unused conduit openings must be plugged with
proper fittings.

To plug unused conduit openings, use watertight conduit fittings such as the plug
assembly shown below (Figure 2-5).

Figure 2-5: Plug Assembly

EMCO offers plug assemblies that provide a watertight, strain relieved entrance for
9.5 to 11.1 mm (0.375 to 0.437 inch) diameter cable.
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2.4 Access to Terminals For access to the connection board and terminals inside the transmitter, unscrew the
and Printed Circuit phillips screws at the top and bottom of the enclosure and swing the door open.
Table 2-1 shows the available terminals. Use this table in conjunction with the
Boards connection board diagram in Figure 2-8.

WARNING
To maintain IEC IP65 and NEMA 4X protection, be sure to close
and tighten the lid securely with both screws before operation.

Table 2-1 Terminal Identification


Terminal Number Description Terminal Number Description
1 Power Supply Live + 24 Electrodes Input +
Ground Power Supply Ground 25 Electrodes Input -
(chassis)
2 Power Supply Neutral - 26 Electrodes Shield
4 Coil Supply + 20 Pre-amp +
5 Coil Supply - 21 Pre-amp -
6 Coil Supply Shield (SCR) 19 Pre-amp Shield
7 Relay 2 Normally Closed 31 Reference Coil +
8 Relay 2 Common 32 Reference Coil -
9 Relay 2 Normally Open 33 Reference Coil Shield
10 Relay 1 Common 16 Transistor Collector Out-
put +
11 Relay 1 Normally Closed 17 Transistor Emitter Output -
47 Relay 1 Normally Open 27 Analog Output 1 +
45* Frequency Input + 28 Analog Output 1 -
46* Frequency Input - 29 Analog Output 2 +
43* Analog Input 2 + loop 30 Analog Output 2 -
powered
44* Analog Input 2 - ext loop 34 Contact 1 +
power
40* +18 Vdc loop power sup- 35 Contact 1 -
ply
41* Analog Input 1 + loop 36 Contact 2 +
powered
42* Analog Input 1 - ext loop 37 Contact 2 -
power
* Terminals marked with an asterisk are not currently supported at the software level and are for future use.
* See page 12 and 13 for diagram.


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In addition to the terminals in Table 2-1, there are two RS232 connections for
attachment to a PC or a modem (the ports cannot be used simultaneously). The
PC connection is used to update the transmitters software. There is also an RS485
terminal, which is not currently supported.

On the extreme right hand side of the connection board there are two dip switch units
(Figure 2-6). These are used to select whether the two 4-20mA outputs are powered
externally or internally.

Analog 1 Output

Settings for
Analog 2 Output Internally Powered Output

Settings for
Externally Powered Output

Figure 2-6: Dip Switch Setting for 2-40mA Outputs

The uppermost switch unit (SW1) is for the Analog 1 output, and the bottom switch
(SW2) is for the Analog 2 output.

2.4.1 Printed Circuit The printed Circuit Boards are not to be accessed by the customer. The 4411e
Boards transmitter contains a tamper seal on the field wiring board. If this sticker is removed
or damaged the warranty will be void. Please contact EMCO for technical support
(800) 356-9362.


4411e Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
Section 2 Installation Procedures

2.5 Connecting the Install the flowtube in accordance the instructions in its separate user manual. Make
Flowmeter sure the serial number of the flowtube, shown on the tag plate on the flowtube, agrees
with the serial number on the transmitter tag plate when they have been supplied
together.

CAUTION
The 4411e transmitter must only be used with EMCO Pulsed AC
magnetic flowmeters having coils of the same voltage supply as
the transmitter supply. For magmeters of other manufacture,
consult EMCO.

The maximum distance between the flowtube and transmitter depends on the media
conductivity for the given recommended cable. See page 3 for details.

Note
Most water based media has a conductivity of 100-800 S/cm.

2.5.1 Multiple For cable runs from multiple flowtubes to the transmitters, multiple electrode cables
Flowmeters may all run together in the same conduit, but separate from all other cables. Multiple
exciter coil cables may all run together in the same conduit, even with other power
cables.

2.5.2 Cable Connect the flowtube to the transmitter using 2-core 18 AWG or 2-core 0.75 mm2
Connections multi-stranded twisted shielded cable, such as Belden #8760 or 9318, or Alpha
5610/1801 or 5611/1801.

At least three cables are required between the 4411e transmitter and the UniMag
flowtube. One cable (marked Ref) is for the reference coil, which compensates for
variation in supply voltage as well as magnetic fields in the media. A second cable
(marked Elec) is for the electrodes, and the third (marked Coil) is for the exciter coils.
Additionally, a pre-amp cable is used for connection to a DemiMag flowtube, for
cable lengths > 100 feet (30 m) or media conductivity < 5 S/cm.

Table 2-2 Cable Connections


Exciter Coils Electrodes Reference Pre-Amp
Black to 4 Black to 24 Black to 31 Black to 20
White to 5 White to 25 White to 32 White to 21
Shield to 6 Shield to 26 Shield to 19 Shield to 19

Note
IEC Hazardous Location cables may have other colors, but they will
be labeled.

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The black wires should be connected to + terminals, white/clear cables to - terminals,


and shield to the SCR terminals. Refer to the connection diagrams in Figures 2-8
through 2-12 for cable connections.

When using black & red pairs, the black wire is the positive (+) connection and the
red is the negative (-).

There are two 4-20mA outputs from separate terminals, labeled Output 1 and Output
2. These are user configurable for forward or reverse flow.

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CHANNELMAG/4411e CONNECTION DIAGRAM


4-20 mA LOOP POWERED LEVEL SENSOR    2%6

4-20mA ANLG 1 ANLG 2 CTR IN RELAY 1 RELAY 2


+ - + + - + - + - NO NC COM NO NC COM

4 5 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 11 10 9 7 8
RS232 RS232 RS485
PC MODEM



+ - SCR + - SCR
20 21 19 31 32 33
REFERENCE
TP7

/FREQ
+

PULSE
16 17 27 28 29 30

SW1
-
TP6

+
1
OUTPUTS


-
PREAMP

     
TP5

+ -
2

SW2

INTERNAL
1,2,3 ON
4,5 OFF
SH+ + SCR - SH-

/.
TP4

38 24 26 25 29

+
34 35 36 37

CONTACTS
1
ELECTRODES

     


+ -
DISPLAY

KEYPAD

EXTERNAL
2

1,2,3 OFF
COIL SUPPLY

4,5 ON
/.
+ - SCR L N
4 5 6 1 2

115/230Vac
50/60Hz
NEUTRAL
HOT

EARTH

CHASSIS CONNECTION

Note:
The pre-amp connection is only
made for DemiMag DM Series 4-20mA RETURN

magmeters, or with other UniMag 4-20mA OUTPUT


Note:
magmeters used
The pre-amp with
connection low
is only made media
for DemiMag
DM Series magmeters, or with other UniMag
conductivity or long
magmeters used with lowcable runs.
media conductivity.

24 26 25 20 21 19 31 32 33
19 4 5 6
ELECTRODES: PREAMP REFERENCE: COILS:
24 BLACK 20 BLACK 31 BLACK 4 BLACK
25 WHITE 21 WHITE 32 WHITE 5 WHITE
26 SHIELD 19 SHIELD 33
19 SHIELD 6 SHIELD

CHANNELMAG SENSOR
(SEE APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTION MANUAL)

NOTE
THE CABLE SHIELDING SHOULD
NOT BE MORE THAN 1" (25mm)
FROM THE CABLE END

Figure 2-7: ChannelMag / 4411e Connection Diagram

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4411e CONNECTION DIAGRAM Section 2 Installation Procedures

   2%6

ANLG 1 ANLG 2 CTR IN RELAY 1 RELAY 2

+ + - + - + - NO NC COM NO NC COM
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 11 10 9 7 8
RS232 RS232 RS485
PC MODEM


+ - SCR + - SCR
20 21 19 31 32 33
REFERENCE

TP7

/FREQ
+

PULSE
16 17 27 28 29 30

SW1
-
TP6

+
1
OUTPUTS


-
PREAMP

     
TP5

+
2

SW2

INTERNAL
1,2,3 ON
-

4,5 OFF
SH+ + SCR - SH-

/.
TP4
38 24 26 25 29

+
34 35 36 37

CONTACTS
1
ELECTRODES

     


+ -
DISPLAY

KEYPAD

EXTERNAL
2

1,2,3 OFF
COIL SUPPLY

4,5 ON
/.
+ - SCR L N
4 5 6 1 2

115/230Vac
50/60Hz
NEUTRAL
HOT

EARTH

CHASSIS CONNECTION

4-20mA RETURN
Note: 4-20mA OUTPUT
The pre-amp connection
Note: is only made for
DemiMag
The DM Series
pre-amp connection magmeters,
is only or with
made for DemiMag
other UniMag
DM Series magmeters
magmeters, or with used with low
other UniMag
magmeters
media used with low
conductivity ormedia
longconductivity.
cable runs.

24 26 25 20 21 19 31 32 19
33 4 5 6
ELECTRODES: PREAMP REFERENCE: COILS:
24 BLACK 20 BLACK 31 BLACK 4 BLACK
25 WHITE 21 WHITE 32 WHITE 5 WHITE
26 SHIELD 19 SHIELD 19
33 SHIELD 6 SHIELD

UNIMAG FLOWTUBE
(SEE APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTION MANUAL)

NOTE
THE CABLE SHIELDING SHOULD
NOT BE MORE THAN 1" (25mm)
FROM THE CABLE END

Figure 2-8: 4411e Connection Diagram


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Coil & Reference
To 4411e Transmitter
Field Electrodes

Figure 2-9: 4411e Connection Diagram, 1 or 2 Sensors


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a) Electrodes connected in parallel


b) Coils connected with opposite pairs in parallel, each pair in series
c) Two reference coils making one set

To 4411e Transmitter

Figure 2-10: 4411e Connection Diagram, 4 Sensors

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Figure 2-11: 4411e Connection Terminals


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The cables are marked coils, electrodes, and reference. The cable colors are
connected to the converter terminals as detailed in Table 2-2. If the cables are not
labeled, measure the resistance between the Black and Clear wires on each cable. The
sensor coil resistances are given in Section 2.5.3.

The coils and electrodes of multiple sensors are connected in parallel in the flowtube
junction box. The pre-amp cable is required with DemiMag DM Series flowtubes and
is wired according to Table 2-2.

Note
The cable shielding should not be cut more than 1 inch (2.5 cm)
from the terminals. The cable itself should be cut no longer than
needed to connect the converter to the junction box.

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2.5.3 Sensor Coil When checking for correct wiring, note that the sensor coils have the following
Resistances resistances.

Table 2-3 120V Sensor Coil Resistances (Ohms)


Sensor Diameter Single or Quadruple Pair
2/3 (50 mm / 80 mm) Pre-2005 version: 40 Pre-2005 version: 20
2005+ version: 70 2005+ version: 35
6 (150 mm) 10 5
8 (200 mm) 5 2.5
12 (300 mm) 8 4
DemiMag DM Series 100 --
DemiMag DL Series -- 50
Reference Coils 10k (single only) 6.6k (pair or quadruple)
For 230V coils multiply the above x 4

2.5.4 Connecting the Check for the correct power supply and connect the power cable to the 4411e Supply
Power Supply terminals 1 (L) and 2 (N) , and the case ground. Follow safety precautions. The
transmitter case must be grounded in accordance with local practice.

DANGER
HAZARD of ELECTROCUTION. AC line voltage is present.
Disconnect power before opening case or front panel, or before
servicing.

5A Power Fuse

Figure 2-12: Power Supply Connections on Connection Board

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DANGER
To avoid electrical shock, installation and service should be done
by qualified personnel. Incorrect handling of the 115/230 VAC
power supply can kill you. For this reason, service of components
subject to high voltage should be carried out only when the power
has been disconnected.

Local agency requirements take precedence for supply power wiring and grounding.
If no grounding wire is available, connect protective ground to plant safety ground.

2.5.5 Inputs and The diagram below shows the details of the 4411es inputs and outputs.
Outputs

Figure 2-13: 4411e Inputs and Outputs

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-------- Notes --------

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3.1 Introduction This section provides an overview of how to operate the 4411e transmitter, and
familiarizes you with its display and operation. Menus are explained for common
functions in figured 3.4 through 3.20.

3.2 Keypad and For local operation and configuration, all operator entries are made through a 16-
Display Panel button keypad and all data is presented on a 4-line x 20-character LCD display. The
keypad/display is shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1: 4411e Transmitter Keypad and Display

The menus are navigated using the four buttons below the display screen:

DISPLAY
EXIT

Pressing DISPLAY/EXIT brings you to the Default Display screen, which can
display up to four user selectable lines of information. Subsequent key presses will
step through all available display values one at a time, allowing you to see any value
not presented on the default display.

MENU
NEXT

When you press the MENU/NEXT button, it takes you to the menu system. Each
subsequent key press advances to the next menu item or choice within the menu
system.

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SELECT
ENTER

Pressing SELECT/ENTER opens the sub-menu for the selected menu item or allows
you to change a parameter. If the parameter is available as a choice from preselected
values, press MENU/NEXT to cycle through the available choices and press SELECT/
ENTER to save. If the parameter is an alphanumeric value, use the numeric keypad to
enter the value and then press SELECT/ENTER to save.

CANCEL
BACK

When you press CANCEL/BACK, you exit the current menu item and return to the
previous level. When making an entry with the keypad, pressing CANCEL/BACK
erases your entry.

The alphanumeric keypad operates similar to a cell phone. Rapidly pressing a key
cycles between the characters assigned to the key. You may enter spaces and special
characters with the zero (0) key and erase characters by pressing the CANCEL/BACK
button.

3.3 Powering Up the When power is applied to the unit, you will see the following display:
Unit
Initializing
Please wait 1 min

After a delay of a few seconds, the software will begin loading and the unit will start
up. You will see a brief message that the software is loading, along with a copyright
notice before the display moves to the first menu level Display Readings.

You can press DISPLAY/EXIT or SELECT/ENTER to advance to the Default


Display screen or MENU/NEXT to step through the menu choices. If no key press is
detected within 30 seconds, the transmitter will automatically advance to the Default
Display screen.

3.4 The Default The transmitter automatically advances to the Default Display screen when no key
Display press is detected for thirty seconds. It will look similar to the following:

1. Flow
2. Flow %
3. Fwd Total
4. Fwd & Rev Total

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You can also access the default display when the Main Menu shows the following:

---- Main Menu ----


Display Readings

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to advance to the Display Readings menu. This will show
you what the current display settings are, starting with the default display. If you
press DISPLAY/EXIT, the display will cycle through all the readings, most of which
arent on the four line default display.

Use the System Setup menu to choose which variables (such as flow rates or totals)
display on each of the four display lines of the Default Display.
From the Main Menu, press MENU/NEXT until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

---- Main Menu ----


Set Default Display

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER. You will be asked if you want to modify Line 1. If you do,
press SELECT/ENTER; if not, press MENU/NEXT to advance to the line you want
to modify.

Once you select the line to modify, you can advance through the following choices
by pressing MENU/NEXT:

Date/Time
Flow Rate
Flow %
Forward Total
Reverse Total
Net Total
Gross Total
Active Alarm
Diagnostics
Tag Number
Location
Analog 1 Value
Analog 2 Value
Blank Line
Gain
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Press SELECT/ENTER when you see the item you want to display. When you have
made your choices for the four line display, press DISPLAY/EXIT until you return
to the Main Menu.

3.5 Online and Offline In one of the Main Menu selections, you have the ability to take the unit offline and
Status return it online. Also, within some of the sub-menus, you will be asked if you want to
take the unit offline before making changes.

WARNING
When the unit is offline, no measurement occurs and analog
outputs are at 4 mA. If the unit is in a critical application or driving
a control loop going offline could have severe consequences. Use
care when taking the unit offline!

To go online or offline, press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


Online & Offline
Unit is ===> ONLINE
Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER, and you will be asked if you want to take the unit offline.
Press SELECT/ENTER again and the unit will be taken offline:

---- Main Menu ----


Online & Offline
Unit is ===> OFFLINE
Press Select or Next

To return to online, press SELECT/ENTER and you will be asked if you want to
return the unit online. Press SELECT/ENTER again, and after diagnostics are run,
the unit will be returned to online.

3.6 Setting Date & To change the date and time, press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you
Time see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

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Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

---- System Setup ----


System Utilities

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER and then press MENU/NEXT until you see the option Setup
Date & Time. Press SELECT/ENTER to display the current date, and SELECT/
ENTER again to proceed with changing the time. You will be asked if you want
to take the unit offline. Press SELECT/ENTER to do so, and then proceed through
the prompts to enter the year, the numerical month, the day, hour, and minutes.
Use the keypad to enter these values, pressing SELECT/ENTER to proceed to the
next requested value. If you make a mistake while entering the information, use the
CANCEL/BACK key.

When you have entered all the requested information, the current date and time will
be displayed. Press DISPLAY/EXIT. You will be asked if you want to return the unit
online. Press SELECT/ENTER to do so and return to the Main Menu.

3.7 Setup Identity You can enter identifying information for your unit, which can then be displayed on
the screen.

3.7.1 Entering Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:
Identity
---- Main Menu ----
Information
System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

---- System Setup ----


Setup Identity

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER and then press MENU/NEXT until you see the option Setup
Identity. Press SELECT/ENTER to access the list of identity items:

Tag Number
Location
Transmitter Model #
Transmitter Serial #
Flow Meter Model #
Flow Meter Serial #
FPGA Revision ID
Firmware Revision ID
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Press MENU/NEXT to move through the list. For all except the last two items (which
cant be changed by the user), press SELECT/ENTER to choose the item you want
to change. Then use the keypad to enter the information. When you are done, press
SELECT/ENTER, and then use MENU/NEXT to proceed through the list to make
other changes as needed.

When you have made all your changes, press DISPLAY/EXIT.

3.7.2 Displaying To display the identity information for a unit, press MENU/NEXT from the Main
Identity Menu until you see:
Information ---- Main Menu ----
Display Identity

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select Display Identity. Then press MENU/NEXT


repeatedly to scroll through the display. When you are done, press DISPLAY/EXIT
to return to the Main Menu.

3.8 Setting Up You have the option of setting up one or two levels of passwords to restrict access
Passwords to certain menus on the 4411e. By using passwords, you can choose to have either
unrestricted resetting of totals and alarms but restricted configuration changes, or you
can restrict all total and alarm resets as well as configuration changes.

Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

---- System Setup ----


Password Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER and you will see Setup Level 1 Passwd. If you press
MENU/NEXT at that point, you will advance to Setup Level 2 Passwd. If you
press SELECT/ENTER for either Level 1 or Level 2, you will be prompted to change
the password. Use the keypad to enter a password, or use the CANCEL/BACK key to
clear the password and disable it. When you are done, press SELECT/ENTER.

If you set just a Level 1 password, it has no effect.

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If you set just a Level 2 password, it blocks configuration changes, going offline, and
setting hydraulic zero until the Level 2 password is entered. It allows resetting of
totals and clearing alarms without a password.

If you set both a Level 1 and Level 2 password, it blocks configuration changes, going
offline, and setting hydraulic zero until the Level 2 password is entered. It block
resetting of totals and clearing alarms until either the Level 1 or Level 2 password is
entered. With this setup, you could grant access to resetting totals and clearing alarms
with a Level 1 password, but require a Level 2 password to make configuration
changes or to go offline or set hydraulic zero.

Once a Level 2 password is set, the password is required to re-enter the Password
Menu.

3.9 Setting Flow The Setup Flow Rate Menu is used to set up forward or reverse ranges, designate
Direction and Rate flow units and display format, set up flow rate damping, and set up a minimum cut-off
value (as a % of the 4-20 mA flow range).

You can set up separate ranges for forward and reverse flows, which will automatically
set the scaling for the 4-20 mA outputs.

Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

---- System Setup ----


Setup Flow Rate

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to enter the Setup Flow Rate Menu. Then press MENU/
NEXT to move through the menu choices. When you see an item you want to change,
press SELECT/ENTER and make your entries.

Entry Example

As an example, assume you wanted to set up a forward flow range of 0 to 150 GPM,
and wanted the display to be formatted to two decimal places (e.g. 120.42 GPM).

From the Setup Flow Rate screen, press SELECT/ENTER. When you see Forward
Range displayed, press SELECT/ENTER. You will be asked if you want to take the
unit offline. Press SELECT/ENTER. Use the keypad to enter the range (in this case,
150) and press SELECT/ENTER. The new range will be displayed:

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---- Flow Rate Setup ----


Forward Range
150.0000000
Press Select or Next

Press MENU/NEXT until you see Set Flow Rate Units. Press SELECT/ENTER and
you will be prompted to choose your units. Press MENU/NEXT until the unit you
want (in this case, GPM) is displayed. Then press SELECT/ENTER. The new units
will be displayed:
---- Flow Rate Setup ----
Set Flow Rate Units
GPM
Press Select or Next

Press MENU/NEXT to advance to Display Format. Press SELECT/ENTER and you


will be prompted to choose your display format. Press MENU/NEXT until you see
the format you want (in this case, ######.##) and then press SELECT/ENTER. The
new format will be displayed:

---- Flow Rate Setup ----


Display Format
######.##
Press Select or Next

Press DISPLAY/EXIT. You will be asked if you want to return the unit online. Press
SELECT/ENTER. The diagnostics will run briefly and you will be returned to the
Main Menu.

3.10 Setting Up The The 4411e transmitter can be used in place of the following transmitters:
Reference Mode
EMCOs DeltaPulse
EMCOs DeltaSmart
EMCOs Micro DeltaPulse
Iscos 4411
Iscos 4412

The Reference Mode Menu is used to set up your Meter C Factor (analog) or Meter
Factor (microprocessor).

Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER to select the System Setup Menu. Press MENU/NEXT until
you see:

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---- System Setup ----


Setup Reference Mode

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER and then use MENU/NEXT to display either the Reference
Coil (analog -- 4412) screen or the Reference Current (microprocessor) screen. When
you see the screen you want, press SELECT/ENTER. You will be asked if you want
to put the unit offline. Press SELECT/ENTER and enter either your Meter C Factor
or your Meter Factor, as prompted.

Note that when one of the factors is ON, the other will be OFF.

The default setting for transmitters supplied with flowtubes is Reference Coil mode.

When you have made your entry, press DISPLAY/EXIT. You will be asked if you
want to return the unit online. Press SELECT/ENTER. After a brief diagnostics
screen, you will be returned to the Main Menu.

3.11 Setup Totalizers 4411e totalizer menus let you select units and formats for forward, reverse, net, and
gross totals.

Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER until you see:

---- System Setup ----


Setup Totalizers

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER. Then use MENU/NEXT to move through the four submenus:
Set Fwd/Rev/Net Unts, Fwd/Rev/Net Disp Fmt, Set Gross Tot Units, and Set Gross
Dsp Format.

When you are at the submenu you want, press SELECT/ENTER and then use MENU/
NEXT to scroll through the unit or format choices. Press SELECT/ENTER to select
the unit or format you want.

3.12 Empty Pipe Empty pipe detection is set up as a relay/alarm function. If either relay is configured
Detection for Empty Pipe, the empty pipe detection circuitry will be enabled. When an empty
pipe is detected, the selected relay will be energized and all flow measurements will
be forced to zero.

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Press MENU/NEXT from the Main Menu until you see:

---- Main Menu ----


System Setup Menu

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER until you see:

---- System Setup ----


Setup Relay Outputs

Press Select or Next

Press SELECT/ENTER. The current setup for Relay 1 will be displayed. If you want
to change Relay 1, press SELECT/ENTER. If you want to proceed to Relay 2, press
MENU/NEXT.

Once you have selected a relay, you will be asked if you want to go offline. Press
SELECT/ENTER to do so. You will then be asked to select a relay source.

Use MENU/NEXT to scroll through the possible source choices until you see Empty
Pipe. Press SELECT/ENTER. You will see:

Relay Outputs Setup


Choose AutoClear...
AutoClear Relay 1
Press Select or Next

Alarms can be set to clear themselves (autoclear) or to require manual acknowledgment


(no autoclear) when the alarm condition returns to normal. If you dont want the
relay to be autocleared, press MENU/NEXT to display No AutoClear Relay 1.

Press SELECT/ENTER to select either AutoClear or No AutoClear. The relay will be


updated and you will be returned to the Relay Output Setup menu. Press DISPLAY/
EXIT to return to the Main Menu.

For empty pipe detection, the 4411e will automatically return to normal operation
when the pipe returns to a full condition. The only action required may involve
resetting an alarm.

Note
The alarm condition is separate from the automatic function of the
4411e upon returning to a full pipe condition. It is not necessary to
reset the alarm to return the 4411e to normal operation.

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3.13 Menu Structure This section contains diagrams that illustrate the menu structure of the transmitter and
show how you can use the local display and keypad to get from one point to another
Diagrams within the structure. These diagrams, and the examples provided in Section 3, will
help you in configuring and using your transmitter.

Entries are made using the 16-button keypad, and data is displayed on the 4-line by
20 character LCD display. The menus are navigated using the four buttons below the
display screen:

DISPLAY
EXIT

Pressing DISPLAY/EXIT brings you to the Default Display screen, which can
display up to four user selectable lines of information. Subsequent key presses will
step through all available display values one at a time, allowing you to see any value
not presented on the default display.

MENU
NEXT

When you press the MENU/NEXT button, it takes you to the menu system. Each
subsequent key press advances to the next menu item or choice within the menu
system.

SELECT
ENTER

Pressing SELECT/ENTER opens the sub-menu for the selected menu item or allows
you to change a parameter. If the parameter is available as a choice from pre-selected
values, press MENU/NEXT to cycle through the available choices and press SELECT/
ENTER to save. If the parameter is an alphanumeric value, use the numeric keypad to
enter the value and then press SELECT/ENTER to save.

CANCEL
BACK

When you press CANCEL/BACK, you exit the current menu item and return to the
previous level. When making an entry with the keypad, pressing CANCEL/BACK
erases your entry.

The alphanumeric keypad operates similar to a cell phone. Rapidly pressing a key
cycles between the characters assigned to the key. You may enter spaces and special
characters with the zero (0) key and erase characters by pressing the CANCEL/BACK
button.

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Top Level of Menus

Power Up Splash
Screen

TIMEOUT

TIMEOUT
DISPLAY Default
Display Measurement
Readings EXIT Display
DISPLAY EXIT
Tag Number
MENU NEXT Current Flow Rate
Display SELECT Location
Transmitter Model # DISPLAY EXIT
Identity ENTER Transmitter Serial #
Flow Meter Model #
Flow Meter Serial # Current Flow % Range
FPGA Revision ID
Firmware Revision ID DISPLAY EXIT

SELECT
Current FWD Total
Reset See
Totals Menu ENTER Page 33 DISPLAY EXIT

Current REV Total


MENU NEXT

Clear SELECT See DISPLAY EXIT


Alarms Menu ENTER
Page 34
Current NET Total
DISPLAY EXIT

DISPLAY EXIT

Diagnostics SELECT See


Menu Page 35 Current Gross Total
ENTER
DISPLAY EXIT

Relay 1
Field Startup SELECT See
Menu ENTER Page 36 DISPLAY EXIT

Relay 2

SELECT DISPLAY EXIT


System Setup See
Menu ENTER Page 37
Current Analog 1 Val

DISPLAY EXIT

Online and
Offline Current Analog 2 Val

Figure 3-2: Menu Diagram -- Top Level of Menus

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Reset Totals

From Page 32

Reset Totals SELECT Reset All SELECT Press ENTER to Reset


Menu Totals Sure? Reset All?
ENTER ENTER Press BACK to Cancel

MENU NEXT

Reset Forward SELECT Press ENTER to Reset


Total Sure? Reset FWD?
ENTER Press BACK to Cancel

MENU NEXT

Reset Reverse SELECT Press ENTER to Reset


Total Sure? Reset REV?
ENTER Press BACK to Cancel

MENU NEXT

Reset Net SELECT Press ENTER to Reset


Total Sure? Reset Net?
ENTER Press BACK to Cancel

MENU NEXT

Reset Gross SELECT Press ENTER to Reset


Total Sure? Reset Gross?
ENTER Press BACK to Cancel

Figure 3-3: Menu Diagram -- Reset Totals

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Clear Alarms

No Alarms Press Back to Cancel


Present
If No Alarms Present
From Page 32

Clear SELECT
Alarms ENTER

If Alarms Present
Clear SELECT Sure? Press ENTER to Clear
Alarm 1? ENTER Clear Alarm 1? Press BACK to Cancel

MENU NEXT

Clear SELECT Sure? Press ENTER to Clear


Alarm 2? ENTER Clear Alarm 2? Press BACK to Cancel

Figure 3-4: Menu Diagram -- Clear Alarms

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Diagnostics

From Page 32
Peak Coil Current =>
Diagnostics SELECT
Menu ENTER xx.xxxxxxx

MENU NEXT

Black Electrode Volt

xx.xxxxxxx

MENU NEXT

White Electrode Volt

xx.xxxxxxx

MENU NEXT

Diagnostic Errors
(displays error)

Figure 3-5: Menu Diagram -- Diagnostics

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Field Start-Up

From Page 32

SELECT SELECT
Field Startup Set Hydraulic Pipe Full/Zero Flow? SELECT Setting
Menu ENTER Zero ENTER Press Enter to Start ENTER Zero Flow

MENU NEXT

Restore SELECT Rest. Default, SELECT Hydraulic Zero


Default Zero ENTER Sure? ENTER Done

Figure 3-6: Menu Diagram -- Field Start-Up

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System Setup

From Page 32

System Setup SELECT Setup See Page 38


Menu ENTER Passwords

MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 39 Setup See Page 46


Reference Mode Identity

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 40 Setup Relay See Page 47


Default Display Outputs

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 41 Setup See Page 48


Totalizers Contact Inputs

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 42 Calibrate See Page 49


Flow Rate and Test

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 43 Setup See Page 50


Analog Outputs 50/60 Hz Mode

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 44 Setup See Page 51


Serial Comms System Utilities

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Setup See Page 45 Setup See Page 52


Pulse Output Diagnostics

Figure 3-7: Menu Diagram -- System Setup

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Passwords

From Page 37

Password SELECT Setup Level 1 SELECT Change Level 1 Pwd. (Enter new password or
Menu Password Blank Pswd to Disable leave blank to disable)
ENTER ENTER

MENU NEXT

Setup Level 2 SELECT Change Level 2 Pwd. (Enter new password or


Password Blank Pswd to Disable leave blank to disable)
ENTER

MENU NEXT

Setup Level 3 SELECT Change Level 3 Pwd. (Enter new password or


Password Blank Pswd to Disable leave blank to disable)
ENTER

Figure 3-8: Menu Diagram -- Passwords

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Reference Mode

From Page 37

Setup SELECT Ref. Coil is ON (OFF) SELECT Enter Meter C Factor for
Reference Mode xxx.xxxxxxx 4411e, 44112 or DeltaPulse
ENTER ENTER xxx.xxxxxxx

MENU NEXT

Ref. Current is ON SELECT


(OFF) Enter Meter Factor for 4411
xx.xxxxxxx ENTER xx.xxxxxxx

Figure 3-9: Menu Diagram -- Reference Mode

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Default Display
From Page 37
Date/Time
Setup SELECT Modify SELECT MENU NEXT
Default Display ENTER Line 1 ENTER
Flow Rate
MENU NEXT

Flow Rate
% of Range
MENU NEXT
MENU NEXT

Date/Time Forward Total


Flow Rate
Flow Rate % MENU NEXT
Forward Total
Net Total
SELECT Gross Total Reverse Total
Modify Active Alarm
Line 2 ENTER Active Diagnostic MENU NEXT
Tag Number
Location Net Total
Analog 1 Value
Analog 2 Value
MENU NEXT
Blank
Gain
MENU NEXT Gross Total
MENU NEXT

MENU NEXT
Date/Time

MENU NEXT
Flow Rate
Flow Rate % Active Alarm
Forward Total
Net Total MENU NEXT
SELECT Gross Total
Modify Active Alarm
Line 3 ENTER
Diagnostic
Active Diagnostic
Tag Number MENU NEXT
Location
Analog 1 Value
Analog 2 Value Tag Number
Blank
Gain MENU NEXT
MENU NEXT
Location
Date/Time
Flow Rate MENU NEXT
Flow Rate %
Forward Total Analog 1 Value
Net Total
Modify SELECT Gross Total MENU NEXT
Line 4 Active Alarm
ENTER Active Diagnostic
Tag Number Analog 2 Value
Location
Analog 1 Value MENU NEXT
Analog 2 Value
Blank Blank
Gain
MENU NEXT

Gain
Figure 3-10: Menu Diagram -- Default Display

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Totalizers
From Page 37
Choose Fwd
RevNet Unit
Setup SELECT Set Fwd/Rev/ SELECT
Totalizers ENTER Net Units ENTER GAL
L
mL
CM
CF
MG

MENU NEXT

Choose Display Fmt.

########.e4
########.e3
########.e2
Fwd/Rev/Net SELECT ########.e1
Disp. Fmt. ENTER
########
#######.#
######.##
#####.###
####.####
###.####
MENU NEXT

MENU NEXT
SELECT ENTER

Choose Gross Units

GAL
Set Gross SELECT L
Tot Units ENTER mL
CM
CF
MG

MENU NEXT

Choose Display Fmt.

Automatic
########.e4
########.e3
Set Gross SELECT ########.e2
Disp. Fmt. ########.e1
ENTER ########
#######.#
######.##
#####.###
####.####
###.####

Figure 3-11: Menu Diagram -- Totalizers

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Flow Rate
From Page 37

Setup SELECT Forward SELECT Enter New FWD Range


Flow Rate ENTER Range ENTER ###.#######

MENU NEXT

Reverse SELECT Enter New REV Range


Range ENTER ###.#######

Choose Flow Units


MENU NEXT
GPM
GPH
GPD
MGD
LPS
LPM
LPH
Set Flow SELECT LPD
Rate Units ENTER CMS
CMM
CMH
CMD
CFS
MENU NEXT

CFM
CFH
MENU NEXT CFD

Choose Display Fmt.


Automatic
########.e4
########.e3
SELECT
########.e2
Display ########.e1
Format ENTER ########
#######.#
######.##
#####.###
MENU NEXT ####.####
###.#####

Flow Rate SELECT Enter Rate Damping


Damping ENTER #.#########

MENU NEXT

Min Cut-Off SELECT Enter Min Cut-off %


Value % ENTER #.#########

Figure 3-12: Menu Diagram -- Flow Rate

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Section 3 Operation

Analog Outputs

From Page 37
Choose Output Source
Setup SELECT Analog SELECT
Analog Outputs ENTER Output 1 ENTER Forward Flow Rate
Reverse Flow Rate
Disabled

MENU NEXT

MENU NEXT

Choose Output Source


Analog SELECT
Output 2 ENTER Forward Flow Rate
Reverse Flow Rate
Disabled

Figure 3-13: Menu Diagram -- Analog Outputs

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Serial Comms
From Page 37

Setup SELECT Select RS232 Baud Rate CANCEL Exit


This
Serial Comms ENTER Rate ==> (Current Setting) BACK Screen

MENU NEXT

11
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
38400 Baud
57600 Baud
115200 Baud

SELECT ENTER

Figure 3-14: Menu Diagram -- Serial Comms

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Pulse Output
From Page 37

SELECT ENTER

SELECT ENTER

SELECT ENTER
Setup (Displays current Take Unit Select Pulse
Pulse Output setting) Offline? Output

MENU NEXT

Flow Enter Rate Scale


Rate ####.#######

MENU NEXT

Select Rate Freq.


(Press NEXT to
cycle through)
MENU NEXT
1000.0 Hz
2000.0 Hz
5000.0 Hz
10000.0 Hz
(Press ENTER
to select)

FWD SELECT
Total ENTER
Enter Pulse
MENU NEXT
Duration
(Press NEXT to
cycle through)
REV SELECT
Total ENTER 5 ms Max Freq 40 Hz
50 ms Max Freq 10 Hz
MENU NEXT
(Press ENTER
to select
Gross SELECT
Total ENTER

MENU NEXT

Disabled

Figure 3-15: Menu Diagram -- Pulse Output

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Setup Identity
From Page 37

Setup SELECT Tag SELECT Enter New Tag Number


Identity ENTER Number ENTER ##############

MENU NEXT

Location SELECT Enter Location Name


ENTER ##############

MENU NEXT

Transmitter SELECT Enter Trans Model #


Model # ENTER ##############

MENU NEXT

Transmitter SELECT Enter Trans Serial #


Serial # ENTER ##############
MENU NEXT

MENU NEXT

Flow Meter SELECT Enter Meter Model #


Model # ENTER ##############

MENU NEXT

Flow Meter SELECT Enter Meter Serial #


Serial # ENTER ##############

MENU NEXT

FPGA Revision
ID

MENU NEXT

Firmware
Revision ID

Figure 3-16: Menu Diagram -- Setup Identity

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Relay Outputs
From Page 37
SELECT
Setup ENTER Relay 1 is SELECT Select Relay Source SELECT Relay 1
Relay Outputs (current setup) ENTER Disabled ENTER Updated

MENU NEXT

Select Relay Units


SELECT
High Point MENU NEXT
ENTER
FWD Flow SELECT Limit Set Point
MENU NEXT REV Flow ENTER #.#######
Net Total
Gross Total
SELECT MENU NEXT
Low Point Analog 1
ENTER Analog 2
Set Dead Band
MENU NEXT Point
#.#######
Diagnostics

MENU NEXT
MENU NEXT

FWD Flow
MENU NEXT

MENU NEXT

REV Flow

MENU NEXT

Empty Pipe Choose Auto Clear


SELECT Autoclear Relay 1 SELECT ENTER
ENTER
MENU NEXT Relay 1
Updated

Choose Auto Clear


No Autoclear Relay

Relay 2 is SELECT (Same as


(current setup) ENTER Relay 1)

Figure 3-17: Menu Diagram -- Relay Outputs

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Contact Inputs
From Page 37

Setup SELECT Input 1 is Set to SELECT Setup SELECT Input 1


Contact Inputs ENTER (current setting) ENTER Input Event ENTER Updated
MENU NEXT

Disabled
Ack Alarm
RST FWD Tot
RST REV Tot
MENU NEXT RST Net Tot
RST Grs Tot
RST All Tot
Zero Flow

Input 2 is Set to SELECT (same as


(current setting) input 1)
ENTER

Figure 3-18: Menu Diagram -- Contact Inputs

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Calibrate and Test


From Page 37

Calibrate SELECT
4-20
MENU Calibrate MENU Transmitter
and Test ENTER NEXT Outputs NEXT Tests

SELECT ENTER SELECT ENTER SELECT ENTER

Analog Output Calibrate Set Test Mode


Test Analog Out State

MENU NEXT MENU NEXT MENU NEXT

Take
Analog SELECT
Unit Disabled
Output 1 ENTER
Offline
MENU NEXT
MENU NEXT

SELECT Take
Take Zero Unit
Analog SELECT
Unit ENTER
Offline
Output 2 ENTER Offline MENU NEXT

SELECT Take
Forward Span Unit
ENTER
Offline
MENU NEXT

SELECT Take
Reverse Span Unit
ENTER
Offline

Figure 3-19: Menu Diagram -- Calibrate and Test

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Setup 50/60 Hz Mode


From Page 37
Power Line Frequency
Setup 50/60 Hz SELECT
Enter to Switch Over
SELECT Updating
Mode ENTER ENTER Frequency
Unit is ==> 50 Hz

MENU NEXT

Power Line Frequency


Enter to Switch Over
SELECT Updating
ENTER Frequency
Unit is ==> 60 Hz

Figure 3-20: Menu Diagram -- Setup 50/60 Hz Mode

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System Utilities
From Page 37

System SELECT Backup SELECT Backing Up SELECT Config is


Utilities ENTER Config. Data ENTER Config... ENTER Backed Up

MENU NEXT

Restore SELECT Restoring SELECT Config was


Config Data ENTER Config... ENTER Restored

MENU NEXT

Setup SELECT Current Date/Time


Date & Time ENTER 3 Mar 2005 11:10:09

MENU NEXT

Enter Current Year


Valid #s: 2004-9999

MENU NEXT

Enter Current Month


Valid #s: 1-12

MENU NEXT

Enter Current Day


Valid #s: 1-31

MENU NEXT

Enter Current Hours


Valid #s: 0-23

MENU NEXT

Enter Current Mins.


Valid #s: 0-59

Figure 3-21: Menu Diagram -- System Utilities

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Setup Diagnostics

From Page 37

Setup SELECT Diagnostic Response SELECT Select Response


Diagnostics ENTER (current setting) ENTER
MENU NEXT

Take No Action
Drive Upscale
Drive Downscale

Figure 3-22: Menu Diagram -- Setup Diagnostics

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3.14 Example Setup Routine for Frequency or Pulsed Output

Figure 3-23: Example Setup Routine for Frequency or Pulsed Output

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Section 4 Troubleshooting
4.1 Quick Guide to Should measurement be outside the limts given in the table below, the installation is
Troubleshooting unsatisfactory.

4.1.1 Serial Numbers Flow transmitter serial number must match the primary magmeters serial number.

Note
There shall be no potential difference when measured between the
grounding at the flow transmitter and the grounding at the flowtube.
Excessive unequal potentials are beyond the control of EMCO and
additional cost of remedy is extra to that of EMCO normal supply.

The 4411e transmitter is interchangeable with all EMCO primary magmeters. For
each particular order, however, they are factory programmed in accordance with the
appropriate flow ranges and pulse frequency outputs, and are dedicated to a specific
primary magmeter. For this reason, serial numbers for the 4411e transmitter and the
primary magmeter must match.

4.1.2 Resistances Check flowtube resistances before connecting to the transmitter.

DANGER
HIGH VOLTAGE EXCITER COIL. Disconnect the main power
before taking measurements on the exciter coil.
1. Exciter Coil: Using a multimeter, read and compare the resistances between the
following:

Black / Shield: must be greater than 10 M


White / Shield: must be greater than 10 M
White/Black: must be between 2.5 and 100, dependant on size
(see page 18)

Should the resistance at the transmitter cable ends be substantially less than 10 Meg
Ohms, there is probably damage to the cable and/or moisture has entrained into the
sensor or wiring. To dry out, use a hair dryer if not in a hazardous area; otherwise
let dry in the sun. If drying is unsuccessful, then the sensor(s) or cable requires
replacement.

For individual sensor resistances, see Instruction Manual.

2. Reference Coil: Using a multimeter, read and compare the resistances between the
following:

Black / Shield: must be greater than 10 M


White / Shield: must be greater than 10 M
White / Black: typically 6.6k for multiple sensors, 10k for single sensors
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These resistance checks are similar to the Exciter Coil checks above, but they are
not as critical to the sensor function. The reference coil resistances should, however,
be checked at the transmitter cable ends to make sure the reference coil is correctly
wired and operational.

3. Electrodes: Using a multimeter, while the electrodes and pipe are dry without
water in the pipe, read and compare the resistances between the following:

Black / Shield: must be between 100k and 5 M, and should be


approximately equal to the White / Shield resistance
White / Shield: must be between 100k and 5 M, and should be
approximately equal to the Black / Shield resistance
White / Black: must be greater than 100k

Electrode cable ends at the transmitter should have approximately the same resistance.
If one is substantially different, this normally indicates a shorting effect of an electrode
in the flowtube or in the junction box. Sensor(s) may have to be removed for visual
inspection if substantial resistances occur.

4. Shields: Using a multimeter, read the resistance between the Exciter Coil Shield
and the Electrode Shield. This reading should be less than 8 .

If the shield resistances are greater than 8 Ohms, then unacceptably large and unequal
potentials in the pipe work may be present. See 4.1.4 below.

4.1.3 Connecting Field Connect the following cables to allocated termination. Check the wiring in accordance
Input / Outputs with the wiring diagrams on pages 12 and 13 as appropriate.

a) Coil Cable
b) Reference Coil Cable
c) Electrode Cable
d) Level Cable (where applicable)

Flow Signal: connect the flow rate signal cable to analog output channel 1 or 2 as
required.

Pulse / Frequency Signal: connect the pulse or frequency output signal cable to
allocated termination.

4.1.4 Connecting the Before connecting the power supply, make sure the transmitter is properly
Power Supply grounded.

The 4411e transmitter and the primary magmeter must be properly grounded. Ensure
that there is no potential difference between the flow sensor ground and the flow
transmitter ground. If there are rubber sealed pipe joints it may be necessary to
drill and tap pipe flanges on either side of the pipe joint. Screw copper braiding or
minimum 1/16 (2mm) copper grounding cable to connect adjacent piping.

Using a multimeter on mV AC, read and compare measurements across the


following:

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Black / Shield: must be 1 to 6 mV AC


White / Shield: must be 1 to 6 mV AC
These readings should be approximately equal.

Should mV AC be substantially unequal, unacceptably large and unequal potentials in


the pipe work are present (i.e. bad grounding). This fault is not a result of the use of
grounding electrodes or the use of grounding rings. Such high unequal potentials are
BEYOND THE CONTROL OF EMCO, but should this be the case, we recommend
the following:

a) Re-check with the exciter coil shield out of the terminal to see if the problem
is alleviated.
b) Check the effect on the mV AC readings in this section (4.1.4) across pipe
joints. The pipe joint has an insulative seal and the pipes are often coated,
giving rise to the high unequal potentials. This may require scraping a patch
of the protective coating from the outside of the pipe to expose the bare metal
to achieve a reliable connection. Put a temporary cable, approximately
(3mm) diameter from the exposed patch each side of the joint and then to the
ground of the UniMag / Tapmag. Re-check 4.1.2, step 4 (Shields) to see if the
problem is alleviated. If so, drill and tap into the flanges on either side of
the pipe joint and run (3mm) diameter grounding cable from screws into
the flanged tapped holes across the pipe joint and onto the ground screw of the
UniMag / TapMag.
c) If (a) or (b) does not alleviate the problem, the grounding cable must also be
connected to a known good ground, or to a 1 (15mm) diameter copper rod
driven a minimum of 4 feet (1200mm) into the ground.

4.1.5 Programming the For detailed instructions on programming the 4411e, see section 3.
4411e Transmitter
From the System Startup Menu:

Setup Reference Mode: Ensure that the reference coil or the coil current mode
is selected and enter the correct calibration or meter factor.

Note
The Calibration or Meter Factor is found on the flowtube identification
label.

Setup Flow Rates


Setup Totalizers
Setup Analog Outputs
Setup 50/60 Hz Mode
Setup other parameters as required

From the Field Startup Menu:

Set Hydraulic Zero


Restore Default Zero: The is the factory default setting if experiencing
problems, restore this setting and then carry out a Hydraulic Zero again.

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There are three main problems resulting in a Diagnostic Error display and, if
programmed, an alarm relay. This will cause the 4411e to go offline and the signal to
go to 4mA. The output may also be configured to go below 4mA or over 20mA.

The three reasons for a Diagnostic Error are:

a) The presence of a reference coil is undetected. There should be


approximately 500 mV AC across the reference coil. If there is substantially
less, the diagnosis is usually a faulty sensor. This is diagnosed at start-up or
returning to on-line (Running Diagnostics).

DANGER
HIGH VOLTAGE EXCITER COIL. Disconnect the main power
before taking measurements on the exciter coil.

b) The presence of an exciter coil is not detected. There should not be less than
90 VAC across the exciter coil, as measured with a multimeter. If there is
less, the likely cause is a blown exciter coil fuse. This is diagnosed at start-up
or returning to on-line (Running Diagnostics).
c) The reference coil is invalid. This is continuously being diagnosed and will
only occur if the transmitter passes the start-up checks, but develops a problem
after flow is being measured.

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4.1.6 4411e Troubleshooting Guide Should measurements be outside the limits given in the chart below, installation is unsatisfactory.

Figure 4-1: 4411e Troubleshooting Guide 59


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Section 5 Revalidation of Electrical Parameters Certificate
5.1 Revalidation For details on EMCO Flow Systems (EMCO) program for Revalidation of Electrical
Program Parameters Certificate, contact EMCO.

Phone 800-356-9362 or 303-682-7060


Email support@emcoflow.com

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Section 5 Revalidation of NIST Traceable Calibration Certificates

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Section 6 Additional Resources

6.1 Additional Additional information is available on the EMCO Web site www.emcoflow.com, in
Resources the Documentation section.
Available To search for documentation, go to www.emcoflow.com and click on Documentation.
Type in a search term in the Partial Title box, or use the Keyword drop-down list and
click Search For Documents.

Note
Due to continuous product improvement, details may be subject
to change without notice. Our Web site will always have the latest
version of any document.

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